League latest – keeping you up to date with the latest news from the world of rugby league. Here are some of the headline-grabbing stories from the last 24 hours.
Smith comes up with surprise tip for Grand Final glory
Tony Smith has said he wouldn’t be surprised if his former club Leeds Rhinos won the Grand Final from outside the top four the Yorkshire Evening Post has reported.
Holmes time as a Tiger over
With a move to Warrington waiting, Oliver Holmes has played his last game for Castleford Serious About Rugby League has confirmed with the star second-row side lined through a neck injury.
Cooke calls for change
Former Hull FC star Paul Cooke has said change is needed at Hull FC if the club want to compete at the top of Super League according to the Hull Daily Mail.
Oledzki hoping for 2021 return
Leeds star Mikolaj Oledzki has said on Instagram that he hopes to play again in 2021 Serious About Rugby League has reported.
Featherstone active in the transfer market
Yorkshire Live has revealed that Featherstone are looking to bring in Leigh second-row Ben Hellewell as well as York’s Morgan Smith ahead of 2022.
Cas captain calls it a day
Castleford skipper Michael Shenton has confirmed he’s set to retire at the end of 2021 after a glittering career. Serious About Rugby League have revealed what his coach Daryl Powell had to say about him.
Saints secure another signing
According to Manchester Evening News, St Helens have signed Leigh loose-forward James Bell ahead of next season.
Keinhorst ready for Rhinos reunion
Former Leeds man Jimmy Keinhorst is ready to fill the void left by the injured Ryan Hall on Friday as Hull KR meet Leeds in a do or die clash at Headingley as both sides look to secure their place in the play-offs. Sky Sports are expecting him to be the natural choice to come in on the left wing.
Future stars signed on at Saints
St Helens announced yesterday that youngsters Matty Foster and Sam Royale had signed extensions with the club.
Veteran halfback retires
Liam Finn has called it a day confirming his retirement after 19 brilliant years playing the game. You can read Serious About Rugby League’s full article here.
Mass exodus at Hull
The Hull Daily Mail has confirmed that Hull FC have begun contacting other Super League outfits as they look to offload some of their current squad members. The Black and Whites are looking to completely change their squad.
McLelland preparing for 2022
After an other injury setback, Serious About Rugby League has revealed that Callum McLelland is now looking ahead to 2022 according to his latest Instagram post. Where he’ll be playing next term is still unconfirmed.